Ass Judy Farrell nude (26 photo) Video, cleavage
I'd DO HIM IN a Heart Beat!
FUCK! That's a beautiful cock. How can he be so good looking and be nicely hung? unfair. BTW, those pics would be twice as hot if he hadn't shaved his head.
I find the shaved head hot IMHO
Different strokes I guess.
Yes, R3. It's from his sex video. The pics have been out for a couple years.
It's a great dick, but I was really disappointed that this video was made when his head was shaved and he had an ugly beard and when he wasn't in the best shape of his life. (He's skinny, but there have been other periods of his life when he's also been quite buff.)
Yeah he had a nice ass in "Alexander", R7. His look in the sex video was for a role at the time. Nothing we can do about it now
I once got cornholed by Colin behind a boarded up Burger King in East L.A.
that is one hollywood ass I would chow like a vegas buffet!
The Irish Curse is so sad.
For those who haven't seen Colin Farrell's career lately...
Your vision is just fine.
His career, not so much.
"I once got cornholed by Colin behind a boarded up Burger King in East L.A"
Oh, who hasn't.
I have have his twin cock!
he was great in "in Bruges".
I'm shocked. It took a whole 12 posts for the first tinymeat accusation to be leveled!
I'd suck on that. Gladly. Eagerly. And often.
Wonder why he was always making so many comments about being hung like a flea ..... obviously lying.
No wonder that 75-year-old friend of Judy Densch wouldnt let him fuck her, no matter how much he begged and pleaded.
the size is fine but it's very crooked
Women should stay away from that dick unless you're up-to-date on your birth control pills. He makes defective babies.
what do you mean 22?
It looks like it's low on the groin area. I like my dicks to be a little higher up. Maybe it's just a bad angle. It's like an old sway back horse.
It's hard to make out the herpes blisters from that distance.
Colin Farrell is perfecrtly uncirmcumcised, but unfortunately you cannot see his foreskin in those photos. Goddammit Colin, slide that foreskin forward and show us your skin!
[quote]He makes defective babies.
Hey, asshole, Angelman Syndrome is determined entirely by the mother's genes. And before you start talking trash about the mother, you should know it's a recessive gene she wouldn't have even known about and absolutely nothing about her behavior prior to conception would have changed the outcome. Ignorant motherfucker.
How long is his cock do you think?
I would say a nice 7x5, r28.
Although the meat is small (less than 7 long and 6 around on the tape measure) we still find it attractive due to the fact that it is attached to a 100% fish-fucking realman.
It looks reasonably thick
When the queen who calls himself Mrs. Patrick Campbell is dead, the world will be a better place.
I wonder how many pussies that thing has been inside?
even when he's looking dirty he's still damn sexy. sexiest man in HW
I used to have the entire video but lost it after I was tidying my hard drive in anticipation of having my computer scanned by customs upon a return from Bangkok.
He was a real pig, and in a good way.
What is HW?
okay. Gross. I know.
I think HW is meant to stand for HollyWood
Anyway, I would like to see Colin shoot a load
are there more photos of it? links?
"He makes defective babies. "
Making fun of a little kid. Aren't you nice?
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Lewis Michael Soloff (February 20, 1944 – March 8, 2015) was an American jazz trumpeter, composer and actor. From New York City, he studied trumpet at the Eastman School of Music and the Juilliard School. He worked with Blood, Sweat & Tears from 1968 until 1973. Prior to this, he worked with Machito, Tony Scott, Maynard Ferguson and Tito Puente.
In the 1980s he was a member of Members Only, a jazz ensemble who recorded for Muse Records.
Soloff made frequent guest appearances with jazz orchestras all over the world such as the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra (directed by Wynton Marsalis) and the Magic City Jazz Orchestra (directed by Ray Reach).
Soloff was a longtime member of the Manhattan Jazz Quintet and Mingus Big Band. He recorded and performed with Gil Evans and was a regular member of Evans' Monday Night ensembles until Evans' death. His 2010 recording Sketches of Spain is a tribute to the classic 1959-60 Miles Davis-Gil Evans collaboration, and he has performed the equally legendary and prodigiously difficult (reconstructed) Evans arrangements of George Gershwin's Porgy and Bess.
He was among a handful of trumpeters capable of playing demanding lead trumpet parts while also contributing improvisational solos, and of playing (as musicians refer to it) "legitimate" music (baroque, classical, and later orchestral and chamber music styles) making him an in-demand session player for commercials and soundtracks.
Soloff died in 2015 after apparently suffering a heart attack in New York City.
- Air on a G String, 2003 - Larry Willis (piano), Francois Moutin (bass), Victor Lewis (drums)
- Rainbow Mountain, 2000 - Lou Marini (saxophones, flute), Joe Beck (guitar), Mark Egan (bass), Danny Gottlieb (drums). Also with special guests: Delmar Brown (synthesizers, vocal), Hiram Bullock (guitar), Will Lee (bass), Jeff "Tain" Watts (drums), Miles Evans (trumpet), Paul Shaffer (Hammond B-3 organ)
- With a Song In My Heart, 1999 Rob Mounsey (arranger), Victor Lewis (drums), Emily Mitchell Soloff (harp), Mulgrew Miller (piano), George Mraz (bass)
- Little Wing, 1991 - Ray Anderson (trombone), Gil Goldstein (piano, synthesizers, accordion), Pete Levin (organ, synthesizers, vocoder), Mark Egan (bass), Kenwood Dennard (drums), Manolo Badrena (percussion). Produced by Steve Swallow
- My Romance, 1989 - Mark Egan (bass), Janis Siegel (vocal), Danny Gottlieb (drums), Pete Levin (synthesizers), Airto Moreira (percussion), Gil Goldstein (piano, synthesizers), Emily Michell Soloff (harp)
- Speak Low, 1987 - Kenny Kirkland (piano), Richard Davis (bass), Elvin Jones (drums)
- Yesterdays, 1986 -Mike Stern (guitar), Charnett Moffett (bass), Elvin Jones (drums)
- Hanalei Bay, 1983 Gil Evans (electric piano), Pete Levin (synthesizer), Hiram Bullock (guitar), Adam Nussbaum (drums), Mark Egan (bass), Manolo Badrena (percussion)
With Franco Ambrosetti
With Ray Anderson
With George Benson
With Carla Bley
- Fleur Carnivore (Watt, 1989)
- The Very Big Carla Bley Band (Watt, 1990)
- Big Band Theory, 1993
- The Carla Bley Big Band Goes to Church (Watt, 1996)
- 4 x 4 (Watt, 1999)
- Looking for America (Watt, 2003)
With Blood, Sweat & Tears
- Blood, Sweat & Tears, 1969 Grammy Award for Album of the Year
- Blood, Sweat & Tears 3, 1970
- Blood, Sweat & Tears 4, 1971
- New Blood, 1972
- No Sweat, 1973
With Hank Crawford
With Gil Evans
- The Gil Evans Orchestra Plays the Music of Jimi Hendrix (RCA, 1974)
- There Comes a Time (RCA, 1975)
- Parabola (Horo, 1979)
- Gil Evans Live at the Royal Festival Hall London 1978 (RCA, 1979)
- Live at the Public Theater (New York 1980) (Trio, 1981)
- Live at Sweet Basil (Gramavision, 1984 )
- Live at Sweet Basil Vol. 2 (Gramavision, 1984 )
- Bud and Bird (Electric Bird/King, 1986 )
- Farewell (Evidence, 1986 )
- Live At Umbria Jazz Vol. 1 & 2, 2001
With Maynard Ferguson
With Ricky Ford
With Dizzy Gillespie
With Jimmy Heath
With O'Donel Levy
With Herbie Mann
With Helen Merrill
With Tisziji Munoz
- The Paradox of Completion (Anami Music, 2015)
With Bobby Previte
- The 23 Constellations of Joan Miró (Tzadik Records, 2002)
With Dakota Staton
With Jeremy Steig
With Sonny Stitt
With Stanley Turrentine
- Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, A Love Supreme, 2005
- Cold Feet, Cold Feet plays Jazz Feet, 2003
- Bob Belden, Black Dahlia, 2001
- Manhattan Jazz Quintet, I Got Rhythm, 2001
- Teo Macero, Impressions of Miles Davis, 2001
- Ray Anderson, Don't Mow Your Lawn, 1999
- Trumpet Legacy — Various Artists featuring Lew Soloff, Nicholas Payton, Tom Harrell and Eddie Henderson, 1998
- Giovanni Hidalgo, Time Shifter, 1996
- Rob Mounsey's Flying Monkey Orchestra, Mango Theory, 1995
- Flying Monkey Orchestra, Back In The Pool, 1995
- Various Artists, Jazz At Lincoln Center — They Came to Swing, 1994
- Frankie Valli, Close Up
- Ray Anderson's Pocket Brass, Where Home Is, 1994
- Giovanni Hidalgo, Worldwide, 1993
- Daniel Schnyder, Mythology, 1992
- Manhattan Jazz Quintet, Manteca, 1992
- Charlie Musselwhite, Signature, 1991
- Teresa Brewer, Memories of Louis, 1991
- Marianne Faithfull, Blazing Away 1990
- Danny Gottlieb, Whirlwind, 1989
- Hilton Ruiz, Strut, 1988
- Hilton Ruiz, Something Grand, 1986
- Frank Sinatra, L.A. Is My Lady, 1984
- Electronic Sonata for Souls Loved by Nature (1980) with George Russell
- Michael Franks, Tiger In The Rain, 1979
- Grant Green, Easy, 1978
- Various Artists, The Atlantic Family Live in Montreaux, 1977
- Barry Miles, Barry Miles, 1970
- Art Garfunkel, Scissors cut, 1981
- Paul Simon, "You Can Call Me Al", 1986
- Joe Beck, "Back to Beck", 1988
- Fred Lipsius, Better Believe It  mja Records 1996)
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